This target is a branch of the L2 Superior Clunial Nerve. Pressing or striking this nerve against the bone will cause paralysis and dysfunction of the lower limbs. This will drop the opponent down straight down as both legs dysfunction, but with a slightly faster decent on the attacked side allowing the practitioner to restrain or prevent escape.

This nerve can be pressed down onto the upper edge of the hip to facilitate the following physical effects on the recipient:

  • The both legs will lose muscle control and in turn can no longer support the weight of the body, particularly on the specific activated side.
  • Hip shifts in as leg collapses.
  • Arms extend upward and outward.
  • Physical strength diminishes and body mobility is restricted.
  • Causes cognitive thought temporarily.

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